Few piano players are as tall, glam and terrific as Marcia Ball. Born in Texas, raised in Louisiana and schooled in the dance halls and roadhouses of the Gulf South, Ball can't help but make you boogie woogie. That is, unless you wanna two-step. Or boogaloo. She does that too.
Ball's songs are postcards of small town life in this region and the dilemmas that drive people to the choices they make... And over the years, she's written a LOT of postcards. Since 1972, she's released 17 albums, the most recent being the Tattooed Lady and the Alligator Man in 2014.
On a duet with Dr. John, he sounds downright gentlemanly. The song was his idea.